Flash Fiction – Broken Fence

The fence to her house lay broken. The petulant old woman looked out from the window.

The townsfolk always thought that the house was haunted. They absolutely believed that the old woman was a witch who knew all kinds of sorcery. She welcomed their superstition. She loved her peace and knew that fear kept all the annoying people away from her property. Atleast, it had managed to until today. Today, some teenagers had broken her fence, trying to show-off.

She removed her pen and wrote their names in her black book. Stupid teenagers.

Her fearful legend would expand, tonight…

 

(Read the next part HEREΒ )


Word Count: 99

Prompts:

Carrot Ranch Flash Fiction Challenge July 12

Word of the Day Challenge “Petulant”

RDP #43 “Superstition”

FoWC with Fandango “Fear”

SoCS July 14/18

3TC 13th July 2018

 

Sort of delayed, but here’s my Friday the 13th post!! Bwahahaha! XD

Phew! Combined a lot of prompts for this one. Hope it turned out well.

Do let me know! πŸ™‚

Happy Reading!

 

 

 

Image Credit:Β https://www.potentash.com/2012/08/25/haunted-house/

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